UBS hosts its Global TMT Conference in New York which brings together executives in the tech, media and telecom industries. It begins today and runs through Wednesday.
Today at 5 p.m. is the final deadline to enter the Ad Age A-List & Creativity Awards.
The Association of National Advertisers hosts its second annual Global Day of Learning. The virtual event (full agenda here) is free for registrants and includes presentations by AB InBev CMO Marcel Marcondes on creativity; Procter & Gamble Co. Chief Brand Officer Marc Pritchard on modern mainstream marketing for growth; and PepsiCo Senior VP-Carbonated Soft Drinks Zena Arnold on how to get more control over programmatic transparency.
The 48th annual People’s Choice Awards telecast airs live on NBC and E! starting at 9 p.m. ET. Kenan Thompson is set to host. Sponsors include Infiniti, which says it is planning “custom creative spots, social activations, and more with the help of TV personality and host Karamo Brown.”
Ad Age hosts Ad Age Next: CMO, which convenes top brand leaders and analysts for a daylong in-person event in New York. Speakers include Nissan VP and Chief Marketing Officer Allyson Witherspoon; former Heisman winner and NIL consultant Tim Tebow; JP Morgan Chase Chief Marketing Officer Carla Hassan; National Women’s Soccer League Chief Marketing Officer Julie Haddon; and Macy’s Media Network VP Melanie Zimmermann.
The CW serves up its one-hour “Greatest Holiday Commercials Countdown 2022” special at 9 p.m. ET.
Campbell Soup Company reports first-quarter results. With consumers seeking value and convenience as inflation keeps them pinned in their home kitchens, Campbell recently introduced FlavorUp!, a line of concentrated bottled sauces that can flavor up to 15 meals for $5.
Disney+ launches its long-anticipated ad-supported subscription tier.
The Association of National Advertisers ends its two-day B2B Marketing conference. The virtual event includes speakers such as Dean Aragon, chief executive of Shell Brands International and global VP of brands at Shell, and Carolyn Henry, VP and general manager of Americas regional marketing at Intel.
ABC's “CMA Country Christmas” special airs at 9 p.m. ET. Carly Pearce is set to host.
Darren Aronofsky’s buzzed-about “The Whale,” starring Brendan Fraser as a 600-pound man trying to reconnect with his 17-year-old daughter (Sadie Sink—Max from “Stranger Things”), opens wide in U.S. theaters. Fraser is widely expected to get a Best Actor Oscar nomination for his performance in the A24 arthouse film.
Penske Media Corp. hosts a two-day Los Angeles festival, which includes events from Penske media brands such as Women’s Wear Daily, Deadline and IndieWire. The first-ever culture and creativity LA3C festival will take place at Los Angeles State Historic Park.
CBS broadcasts its “National Christmas Tree Lighting: Celebrating 100 Years” special at 8 p.m. ET. on Sunday.